Our Warren Key Fobs get their name from Warren County, home of the Corvette. In 1981, General Motors moved production of the Chevrolet Corvette from St. Louis, MO to Bowling Green, KY. Known as “America’s Sports Car,” visitors can watch an icon in the making. The Corvette is the world’s longest-running, continuously produced passenger car with more than 1.6 million produced.
Warren County was the 23rd county of Kentucky formation. Founded in 1796, from a section of Logan County it was named after General Joseph Warren of the Revolutionary War. He dispatched William Dawes and Paul Revere on their famous midnight ride to warn residents of the approaching British troops. He was also a hero of the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Through the riverboat trade, Warren County thrived in the agricultural market. In 1859, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (currently CSX Transportation) was laid through the county.
The completion of I-65 in the 1970s, brought an industrial boom that transformed the farm-oriented county into a more urban one. Today the region offers great place to live, work and raise a family as well as home Western Kentucky University.
Visit Bowling Green
Legendary cars, wooden roller coasters, vintage rail cars, and underground boat tours!
The Museum features over 80 Corvettes in periodic settings, including mint classics, one-of-a-kind prototypes and modern-day wonders of engineering and design.
GM Corvette Assembly Plant
The GM site consists of 212 acres, and the plant has one million square feet –equivalent to 22 acres or 17 football fields, under roof.